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Athletics

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Division of Athletics and Recreation - Electronic Media and Sponsorship Records

 Collection
Identifier: U302
Overview Collection contains audio and video recordings from the Division of Athletics and Recreation at the University of Denver.

Division of Athletics and Recreation Records

 Collection
Identifier: U300
Overview The Division of Athletics and Recreation is an administrative unit within the University of Denver (DU) that manages collegiate athletics and recreational activities for DU students. The bulk of the records in this collection have been generated by the Media Relations unit, which is an administrative unit within the University of Denver Division of Athletics and Recreation, and serves as the liaison between DU's coaches and student-athletes, and the national, regional, and local media. This...

DU Memorabilia (athletics, trophies, textiles)

 Collection
Identifier: U204
Overview Collection contains memorabilia objects from the University of Denver Athletics programs. Objects include trophies, jerseys and other textiles, and ephemera.

Henry Tavener Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M292
Overview This collection follows the DU college football team from the years of 1927 to 1936. Many pages of a scrapbook contain some newspaper clippings and photographs of Henry Tavener, but mostly of other DU alumnae playing different sports. The scrapbook pages also contain memorabilia from away games and football programs. There are also several reels of film of DU college football games filmed in the 1920's and 1930's.

Mildred Diehl Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M347
Overview

Mildred Elizabeth Anderson Diehl was an alumna of the University of Denver (BA, 1930). Mrs. Diehl grew up in Denver, Colorado in the early 1900's. She attended South High School - graduatiing in June 1926 - and then matriculated at DU. While attending DU, she was very active in women's athletics and in sorority life. The collection consists of a scrapbook kept by Mildred and donated by her son, Rodney W. Diehl.